As hospitals in Missouri continue to vaccinate, St. Joseph waits | News Break

As hospitals in Missouri continue to vaccinate, St. Joseph waits

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Certain hospitals in urban areas continued COVID-19 vaccinations in Missouri Tuesday while Mosaic Life Care expects to receive the vaccine next week. Dr. Randall Williams, director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, said last week that the state of Missouri would have around 51,000 Pfizer-BioTech vaccines shipped to 21 hospitals throughout the state. As of now, Mosaic Life Care appears to not be one of those hospitals.

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